- Size: 6.5536 hectares
- Grid: Second Life
- Online: 2008
- Use: Light Residential
- Terrain: hand terraformed
Plage de Kalamat ~ a virtual world sim in Second Life by Xay Tomsen
The light-residential region, Plage de Kalamat, was located in southwest Irukandji in Second Life. The region was terraformed by hand into a long cigar-shaped beach, styled on New Caledonia, with rental cabins on the eastern shore and a mountain range behind.
One of the very last simulators I brought online in Second Life, Plage de Kalamat was part of Kalamat State. Clockwise from NW, Plage de Kalamat was bordered by Sunset Shoals, Rainbow Reef, Baie de Triomphe, Grand Kalamat Island, Kalamantayo Island, and New Batavia.
I had great plans for the Kalamat group of islands and seas, but unfortunately the timing coincided with sudden and massive price increases in Second Life, and I had to abandon my plans.
Due to Plage de Kalamat's short life, no photographs remain except for the aerial map above. If you happened to have visited there and took photos and wish to share them on this page, please let me know via the comment section below.
To continue exploring the Irukandji continent, check out the main Islands of Irukandji page.
Andrew Thompson a.k.a. Xay Tomsen